Hoxton Capital Management provides unparalleled personal financial advice to expatriate clients living globally.
Hoxton Capital Management is a borderless, independent financial advisory consultancy, unrelenting in its commitment to safeguarding your financial future.
Founded by UK qualified financial advisers, Hoxton Capital Management offers a fresh approach with a dynamic energy that sets it apart from its competitors in the offshore marketplace.
Founded in 2018 by Chris Ball and Matt Dean, Hoxton Capital Management endeavours to provide the highest possible service to our clients.
Hoxton Capital Management has quickly established itself as one of the fastest growing independent advisory companies. Since inception in 2018 with a team of just 5, Hoxton Capital has grown to over 100 employees across 8 global offices. We now have operations in London, Malta, Sydney, Texas, Abu Dhabi and multiple offices in Dubai. From these global hubs we manage a rapidly growing client base of mostly expatriate clients.
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